- 2016 All Women Shows - a good or bad thing? Champagne Life at Saatchi Gallery and women-only shows.
- 2015 From On a Headland of Lava Beside You The Learned Pig Victoria Rance interviews Joanna Kirk about her show at Blain|Southern
- 2014 From Joanna Kirk by Victoria Rance Turps Banana #14
- 2014 From Roxy Walsh - Two Tongues Tied a review by Victoria Rance on AN Magazine's Interface
- 2011 From Fran Cottell : Back to Front a review by Victoria Rance of Fran Cottell's latest House Project on AN Magazine's Interface
- 2011 From Victoria Rance, Mary Kelly: Projects, 1973-2010 an article about Mary Kelly's show at The Whitworth Art Gallery Manchester in n.paradoxa, international feminist art journal, volume 28, July 2011 (Bio-politics)
- 2014 Main author and initiator of Wikipedia Mary Potter (painter) page
In 1951, Potter moved with her husband to Aldeburgh on the east coast of Suffolk and lived in The Red House, which she swapped, in 1957, for Crag House, owned by Benjamin Britten, with whom she became a close friend after her divorce in 1955. With her children grown, she spent long hours painting. By mixing paint with beeswax, she achieved a "chalky luminous quality" using a "pale and subtle" range of colours, and her work grew increasingly abstract. In his essay for the catalogue of her 1965 Whitechapel Art Gallery exhibition, Mary Potter Paintings 1938–1964, museum director Kenneth Clark said Potter's works "exist in the domain of seeing and feeling; we know that they are exactly right in the same way that we know a singer to be perfectly in tune"; he described her paintings as "enchanting moments of heightened perception".